Thursday, November 10, 2005

Collaborative Writing Environments and Wiki Roundup

Purely a reference for myself, but if you've used or try out any of these, I'd be happy tto hear what you think about them.

Writeboard. Web-based sharable documents that let you "write, share, revise, compare."

WikiNotes. Not really a collaborative environment per se, but wikish (for Mac OS X 10.4 or above with notes exportable to iPods).

JotSpot Live. Lifehacker describes this as "wiki-like" with a word processor like editing tools.

Schtuff. A free wiki service.

Wikispaces. A free wiki service.

Lifehacker's guide to installing Instiki. Instiki is a personal wiki program that runs on your desktop.

pbWiki. Mentioned here before, but mentioned again to be thorough. pbWiki are by default password protected but can be made public.

TiddlyWiki. Can print as 3x5 cards. Cleary a wiki to look into.

Backpack. A "wiki, weblog, to-do list and calendar."

Many, but not all, via Lifehacker.


At 12:23 AM, Blogger Clint said...

You're linking to a stale (though great) fork of TiddlyWiki.

The original at can print to 3x5 cards, use serverside variations, and be extended with a whole lot of plugins.

(Everything from reminders to new skins)
A repository of plugins can be found here:

At 8:05 AM, Blogger John said...

Thanks for the update.


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